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IBA: Antoinette Dakin Leach Award Nominations Sought

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The Antoinette Dakin Leach Award, which recognizes the accomplishments of female attorneys in central Indiana, is presented by the Indianapolis Bar Association’s Women & the Law Division in honor of Antoinette Dakin Leach, one of the first women admitted to the Indiana Bar. If you know a successful female attorney who exemplifies the determination and success of Antoinette Dakin Leach, then please nominate her for the 2012 Antoinette Dakin Leach Award.

The nomination form can be found on the indybar.org website. The deadline for submission is Tuesday, July 31, 2012, and nomination forms should be emailed to iba@indybar.org, faxed to the IndyBar office at 317-269-1915, or mailed to 135 N. Pennsylvania St., Suite 1500, Indianapolis, IN 46204.


Past Recipients of the Antoinette Dakin Leach Award

1990 – Hon. V. Sue Shields

1992 – Virginia Dill McCarty*

1993 – Hon. Sarah Evans Barker

1995 – Shirley A. Shideler*

1996 – Hon. Pamela Carter

1997 – Hon. Myra C. Selby

1998 – Francina A. Dlouhy

1999 – Mary Y. Marsh

2000 – Kristin G. Fruehwald

2001 – Ann DeLaney

2002 – Hon. Jane Magnus-Stinson

2003 – Joan Fullam Irick*

2004 – Hon. Betty Barteau

2005 – Deborah J. Daniels

2006 – Hon. Patricia Gifford

2007 – Denise Larue

2008 – Abby Kuzma

2009 – Monica Foster

2010 – Deborah Hepler* and Julia Blackwell Gelinas

2011 – Hon. Margret Robb

*Deceased

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